You surely know that orcas are one of the ocean’s top predators. But did you know that these huge predators almost never attack humans?
Orcas, who live freely in their natural habitat, unexpectedly do not see humans as their prey. Although the situation is not the same for orcas living in captivity, it is even possible to say that wild orcas that have the opportunity to live freely in their natural environment are kind to people. (For further information, please see. How often do orcas attack humans? by Patrick Pester – Live Science Contributor)
Orcas are of great interest to artists like us. The main reasons why Orcas are frequently the subject of art are their complex behavior, their ability to act in a highly coordinated manner as a flock, and their easily recognizable black and white appearance. How did you meet Orcas? Where and when did you see your first Orca? What made you interested in orcas? Please write in the comments so we can quickly get to know each other as orca-loving artists.
Under this article, we provide printable realistic coloring pages of these cute black and white giants of the oceans. We hope you can find the coloring page that appeals to your taste in this article.